The first unit ethanol train to ply the rails of the Hamilton Subdivision rests at Kinnear Yard waiting on a fresh crew to continue onto Buffalo. The Niagara Escarpment is just before its peak.
A quartet of SD40-2s power CP train 626 through a summer thunder shower.
CP 9764 leads the usual 80 loads and one buffer through small snow squall with a pair of leased SD40-2s trailing.
CP 9771 crests the Niagara Escarpment with the usual 80 ethanol loads and 1 buffer car.
CP 626 takes to Indiana Harbor Belt rails, as it heads for the CSX.
Finding good light for early eastbound trains during the short days of winter is tough. This spot afforded the only continous block of good light on the trip through Ft. McCoy.
CP 8846 leads a heavy train of 80 loaded ethanol cars on the descent into Hamilton, Ontario.
Weatherman to Gary.......You want rain? We got rain.... here you go. LOL! In favourite conditions at night, CP 626 (CSX unit phospate train) passes "The Castle" at Lacolle enroute Port Of Montreal... (more)